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  • Thursday June 18th, 2015
    A King and Queen County man is accused of hit­ting a Car­o­line County Sheriff’s Office inves­ti­ga­tor dur­ing a traf­fic stop that was part of a drug inves­ti­ga­tion. 39 year-old Carl Har­vey, of St. Stephens Church was charged with attempted cap­i­tal mur­der of a police offi­cer, elud­ing police and pos­ses­sion of mar­i­juana. He is being held now behind bars, with­out bond. A pas­sen­ger in his vehi­cle, 59 ...
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  • Thursday June 18th, 2015
    River­side Health Sys­tem is host­ing a Nurs­ing Job Fair on Wednes­day, June 24th from 2-6pm at The Orchard in War­saw. Licensed Prac­ti­cal Nurses & Reg­is­tered Nurses are being sought for River­side Tap­pa­han­nock Hos­pi­tal, The Orchard & River­side Con­va­les­cent Cen­ter– Saluda. Qual­i­fied can­di­dates must be licensed or eli­gi­ble to sit for boards in the State of VA. Pre-registration is pre­ferred to attend the job fair and may be accom­plished by con­tact­ing the ...
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  • Thursday June 18th, 2015
    In Hen­rico County, the sixth con­firmed rabies case of the year has been reported. The lat­est inci­dent occurred late last week, when a res­i­dent called ani­mal pro­tec­tion offi­cers and reported that a dog was fight­ing with a rac­coon, and the rac­coon was killed. The raccoon’s remains tested pos­i­tive for rabies. No other ani­mals or peo­ple were believed to be exposed. The dog mean­while, is being ...
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  • Wednesday June 17th, 2015
    Belle Isle State Park is now taking reservations for the Great American Campout. The campout begins on Saturday, June 27th at 11am. Cost is $60 per family, and includes a camp site, dinner and s’mores, breakfast on Sunday and a free pass to all weekend programs. Space is limited, and reservations close on June 22nd. To reserve your spot, call 462.5030.
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  • Wednesday June 17th, 2015
    A free Do Si Do Bookmaking Class will be held at the Northumberland Public Library from June 23-25 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The class, for ages 11 and up, will be taught by Penny Mace and Lee McKenzie. Participants will sew pages together to make a two-sided themed book filled with poems, stories or descriptions of their choice. The necessary materials will be provided. ...
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  • Wednesday June 17th, 2015
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Producers are holding open casting calls for a feature film about the Virginia case that struck down state laws against interracial marriage. They’re looking for residents of all ages and ethnicities for speaking and nonspeaking roles in “Loving.” Producers are also seeking experienced bricklayers, blue-collar workers, business people, teachers, drag race hobbyists and period car mechanics. The movie is based on the story ...
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  • Wednesday June 17th, 2015
    Gov­er­nor Terry McAu­li­ffe on Mon­day, signed Exec­u­tive Order 43 estab­lish­ing the Vir­ginia Unmanned Sys­tems Com­mis­sion to bring pub­lic and pri­vate sec­tor experts together to make rec­om­men­da­tions on how to make Vir­ginia the national leader in unmanned sys­tems. The Gov­er­nor said that cap­i­tal­iz­ing on Virginia’s advan­tages in the unmanned sys­tems indus­try is key to build­ing a new Vir­ginia econ­omy. He said his exec­u­tive order will lay ...
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